Recent and forthcoming conference papers
'Making the city work: low paid employment in London', The Association of American Geographers, Chicago, 7-11 March 2006
'Global workers for global cities? Migration, work and survival in London', British Journal of Industrial Relations workshop, on the Political Economy of Immigration and Migrant Labour, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics, 10-11 March 2006
'Multiculturalism 'from below': The experiences of new migrants in London', 'Multicultural Britain: From Anti-Racism to Identity Politics to...?', Roehampton University, Southlands College, London, 14-15 June 2006
'Arriving on high heels: Gender and ethnic identities among low-paid migrant workers in London', ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) Annual International Conference, 5-6 July 2006
‘Migrant Workers in Global Cities: linking the Global South with the Global North’, RGS/IBG Annual International Conference, London 30 August- 1 September 2006.
- 'Multicultural living? The experiences of new migrants in London',
Sixth European Urban & Regional Studies Conference, Boundaries
and connections in a changing Europe and Health and well-being
in Europe's cities and regions, Roskilde, Denmark, 21-24 September
- ‘Labour Subcontracting in London’s Hotels: impacts
and the role of the Living Wage Campaign’, CWRS Workshop
Serving the New Economy: critical perspectives on Hospitality
and Tourism, Toronto, Canada, 13-14 October 2006.
- 'Work, life and care work among low-paid migrant workers in London: towards a migrant ethic of care'. ESRC Working Lives in Post Industrial Cities Workshop, London School of Economics, 27th October 2006.